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Part Number: IWR1642
Am studying the feasibility for using Traffic Monitoring Object Detection and Tracking Reference Design Using mmWave Radar Sensor in the following applications.
#1. Junction Traffic Count
- To count the number of cars and speed
- Tracking of individual vehicles and speed within 100m
#2. Car park Occupancy (indoor and outdoor)
Is there any concern or things to note?
For traffic monitoring please refer to the Traffic Monitoring lab:
There are several documents with details on the algorithms referenced here: dev.ti.com/.../
For car park occupancy please refer to the Zone Occupancy Demo to illustrate how mmWave sensors can be used to detect a person or object in a zone grid:
Please note that both labs are example code provided to illustrate the feasibility of both of your use cases. However both demos will require additional work and modification to meet your use case.
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